Commercial Lending, Real Estate Law, Corporate Law
Meghan is admitted to practice in Connecticut’s state and federal courts. Before joining the firm, Meghan served as a law clerk for the Connecticut Appellate Court. While at the Appellate Court, she clerked for the Honorable Socrates H. Mihalakos and the Honorable George D. Stoughton.
After receiving her undergraduate degree from the College of the Holy Cross, Meghan joined the Jesuit Volunteer Corps and worked for the Northwest Justice Project in Yakima, Washington. At the Northwest Justice Project, Meghan advocated on behalf of recipients of public benefits at meetings with the Department of Social Services and in administrative hearings. In addition, she organized many outreach and educational programs for Yakima’s farm worker population.
Meghan received her law degree from Quinnipiac University School of Law, where she graduated summa cum laude. While at Quinnipiac Law, she served as a Note and Casenote Editor for the Quinnipiac Law Review. Meghan is listed in Super Lawyers as a Rising Star.
Meghan represents both commercial borrowers and lenders in various financing and corporate transactions. She has been actively involved in the area of multifamily and affordable housing. Meghan has represented banks and lenders in connection with the financing of affordable housing. She has also represented for profit developers and non-profit corporations in connection with the acquisition, development and financing of affordable housing, utilizing a variety of funding sources, including HUD, State Housing Finance Authorities, local Housing Authorities, Municipal development agencies, private equity lenders and banks.
She is a member of the New Haven County and Connecticut Bar Associations.
Meghan lives in Bethany with her husband and two daughters.
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Years of Selection: 2010-2015
Practice Area: Business Corporate